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To renew or replace an expired or expiring Green Card applicants are required to complete and submit Application to Renew or Replace Green Card - Form I-90. If your Form I-90 has been duly filed you will receive a receipt letter formally known as Form I-797C, Notice of Action. However, if Form I-90 has not been properly filed, USCIS may send a Notice of Action to reject the application or may send a Request for Evidence that requires additional documentation. Either will significantly delay the application to renew your Green Card. This is why it is paramount to prepare Form I-90 correctly and submit all required documents according to the filing instructions.

Once you have properly filed Form I-90, it may take 3-5 months receive your new Green Card.

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